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Skel·ton

 (skĕl′tən), John 1460?-1529.
English poet and scholar noted for his satires, including Speke Parrot (1521).

Skelton

(ˈskɛltən)
n
(Biography) John. ?1460–1529, English poet celebrated for his short rhyming lines using the rhythms of colloquial speech
Skelˈtonic adj

Skel•ton

(ˈskɛl tn)

n.
John, c1460–1529, English poet.
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